Snyder ISD is encouraging the community to rally together and believe in positive change with its “We Believe” campaign.
Scurry County’s unemployment rate and the number of people in the workforce both went down in November, according to figures released by the Texas Workforce Commission
While the students, faculty and staff at Western Texas College enjoy the Christmas holiday, the $15 million infrastructure improvement project will continue.
The Hermleigh ISD board of trustees will hold a public hearing on Jan. 11 to hear input on the Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR).
The Scurry County United Way campaign is closing in on its $120,000 goal.
The Snyder Chamber of Commerce board of directors will review a hotel occupancy tax (HOT) fund request for the Scurry County Museum during Monday’s meeting.
The Snyder Daily News will not be published on Christmas Day.
The newspaper office will be closed Thursday and Friday and will reopen at 8 a.m. Dec. 28.
As the Christmas shopping season heads into the closing stretch next week, local merchants are reporting steady sales this month.